Queen Letizia of Spain wowed in a £95 pastel pink ASOS dress as she joined the Chinese President and his wife in Madrid today.
The mother-of-two, 46, wore a stylish collarless brushed wool jacket and dusty pink clutch bag which matched her stilettos for the ceremony at the Royal Palace.
After arriving at the Teatro Real, Letizia then stepped out in the long-sleeve budget midi frock with a purple heron and floral design on the front.
Keeping her brunette hair back in a chignon, Letizia also wore a subtle pink eye shadow and lipstick.
Letizia joined her husband King Felipe VI, 50, as they played host to President Xi Jinping and his wife wife Peng Liyuan on their two-day tour of the country.
Queen Letizia was all smiles as she walked along with Peng Liyuan, the Chinese President’s wife, during a visit to the Royal Palace in Madrid
Letizia then wowed in a £95 pastel pink ASOS dress as she joined Peng at the Teatro Real in the Spanish capital
Peng and her husband President Xi Jinping are on a two-day tour of the country, which is the first time a Chinese leader has visited Spain in 13 years
Peng, dubbed China’s First Lady by the Chinese press, wore a modern camel coat with oversized lapels.
She also opted for a messier chignon, and kept her jewellery to a minimum by wearing a pair of pearl earrings.
Peng also wore a nude-coloured belted top with a matching skirt.
During the visit, Peng and Letizia inspected actors on stage wearing Chinese warrior suits at the Royal Theatre.
Letizia and Peng watched as King Felipe VI and President Xi Jinping reviewed Spain’s guard of honour at the Royal Palace
Letizia wore a light pink brushed wool jacket, while Peng kept the cold at bay with a stylish camel coat with oversized lapels
Both women wore their hair in chignons, after wearing matching royal blue dresses at an event last night
The two countries are expected to sign around 20 intergovernmental and business agreements later today
Felipe and Xi also reviewed Spain’s guard of honour at the Royal Palace while Chinese Peng and Letizia observed the ceremony from a podium.
The tour marks the first time a Chinese leader has visited the country in 13 years, and the two countries are expected to sign around 20 intergovernmental and business agreements later today.
This should include a deal to export on-the-bone legs of Iberian ham to the Chinese market, and rules to avoid double-taxation.
Peng and Letizia chatted away during their visit to the Royal Theatre
Letizia wore a long-sleeve frock that came to below the knee with a purple heron and floral design on the front, while Peng opted for a nude-coloured belted top with a matching skirt
The Chinese President and his wife attended an official welcoming ceremony at the Royal Palace
Both countries will also explore joint bids in infrastructure, energy and telecommunications projects in Africa and Latin America.
Yesterday Peng and Xi joined Letizia and Felipe at Zarzuela Palace, with both women opting for navy blue dresses.
Letizia dazzled in a mid-length blue dress that had a sleeveless design and a lace hem, while Peng wore an oriental style dress in navy that complimented Letizia’s own outfit perfectly.
The Chinese leader will flying to Argentina on Thursday for a G-20 leaders’ summit the next day, and visits to Panama and Portugal until December 5.
Later in the day Peng and Letizia inspected the Chinese warrior suits worn by two actors on stage
They also met with attendees at the theatre during the visit which is part of a two-day tour of the country